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It's tax season again, and financial planner Meghan Chomut will join us with some tips on what you need to consider while filing in this unusual pandemic year. There was some damage to homes in Natuashish yesterday due to a sewage backup. We speak with Chief John Nui about it. Making music because you want to is what Tessa Graham says the RPM music challenge is all about. We talk to her about her experience taking part in the challenge. We hear from Cpl. Jolene Garland of the RCMP about why the Canadian Forces were not called in for a search on the north coast of Labrador last week. As the provincial election period drags on weeks after it was supposed to have ended, the business of government isn't happening. We speak with the CBC's Leigh Anne Power about the caretaker convention. Starting tonight, Labrador youth will have a chance to take online yoga classes. We catch up with instructor Ondreya Beals to find out about the classes and her approach to teaching. In our Labrador Away feature we meet a drummer born and raised in Labrador City who now teaches music and band at a school on the island. Finally, we have a touching story about organ donation, with connections reaching across the Atlantic provinces. CBC producer Jen White will tell us all of the details.